Lotherton Hall & Chapel
Lotherton Hall museum is a grand but comfortable house which is made up of late Victorian and Edwardian extensions made by Colonel Gascoigne, based around a Regency-period core. Please note that Lotherton Hall museum is closed until 1 March for conservation and redecoration.
Visitors can bask in the ambience of this charming country home and museum, giving a taste of the lives of the English upper classes in the early 1900s. Restored servants’ rooms also explore the lives of the staff that helped run this house. Lotherton Hall museum is open annually on a seasonal basis from March to October.